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nrnriYTi tv a
Mnjror Henry Winter. '
TriiKiin-r--H. V. l'aikT.
I'h rk -J. It. Phlllis.
niinn lor-- Wui. H. Gilbert.
Marshal (.'. U. Aricr.
ttoruev-W. y. McOcc.
Police .Vlagtrate-J. .1. Bird.
BUJIU) or 4MIKUMKN.
Vlrat Ward - co. Yociim. Win. OValUlnin.
bicoud VVtird-VVoed Jilueiihotiae, X. li. Thistle-
Third Wrd-V. I. Wright. John W nod.
Fourth Ward -Charles ti. Puller. I). J. r'olcy,
Win Wrd-T. W, llulliriay, I lik. LuiilmIT.
Mrr.n(t.Judr! '. A. Ilnrkcr.
Circuit Clerk .1. A. Itouvi-s.
.'uudiv Jiidirn -It. S. Yocum.
nty Clerk -s. J - llumm.
touuty Attorney -V, . 1.'. -V ulki-y .
oumv Treasurer A. J. Aldc-u.
Sheriff -.lohn Hodges..
Coroner -K. l':ti!gera.i..
Comity fonim!"'iotier-T. W. lUlllilay. M.
Ilrown. Ssiimel li IU:y.
KI(!'AN M. B.-TuiirtPi-ulh street, In tweuu
Walnut and Cclar Mreets; services Sabmilb 11
a. m. unci :i p. in.; hUnriay School l:.)p. 01.
CMUUSTIAS -Eighteenth street: nwinn bb-
(Milll p. Ui.; pral)IUg 0xalunaliy.
MIl'IK'II OK Till! KEDKKMEK-tEplseopal)
V ruurtecut.li street; Morning prsyem (Sabbath)
U'.m a. in.; evening pn-vera. p. nt.; Sabbath
chuulV a. m. Itc. St. J. ItillunLeu. Hector.
I'lltST MISSIONARY HAITIST CIU HCII.
1 Preaching at lii:S) a. m . S p. m.. and 7::w p. in.
ahbath school at 7'.:W p. m. Rev. T. J. Shores,
Il'TllEItAN-Tbirlwnth Urol; a-rvWa Sub
J hu.b 11 a. 111. Biiil7: il p. lu.; buudny school ita.
u.. He v. jiu rchm r, iinatnr.
METIIUDKT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Mreetc;
I'reiuililiis babballi m. and 7 p.m.;
j-rarT meeting. Weill i"i:.v ::) p. in.; ruudny
ScLool, it p. in. ltev. A. I'. Murri-on. paalor.
1)ltKsltYTKi:lAN -Eighth street: pres. liiog "
lnttmt li at lli a. in. and Y::' p. m : prayer
mei-tiug Wlneiliiv at V;p. m.; Miuday school
a; i p. m. lti v. 1!. V. o-orge, paatur.
CKt 'lND FREE-WILL HAITIST -llfl.-T.th
li tr--t. between Walnut smiOdur alrcta; scr
lb if Sabbath nt :J au'. 7:'' p. 111.
ST ,KMTirs-lnnau OiUhuli' Co -tier Crow
. ale'. Walnut -tn-.-m: a.-rl-- SaV.itli )0::i"a.
n. ; Siiutiny Schn.il at -J p. in. ; peir i p. in.; 'r
mi every dsy at i) p. In.
Ct rTKK'K"S-(ltoinaji Catboilrt furm-r Nli'tb
k nrvet and Wahir.-.-toii av.ia: aTvliei- v
rath b and 10 a m.; Vwpera p. SnnUav N:t.-.l
i p. id.; M-r.lce. every day thp. in. r..alH-..
. -T . ,
1 H K MAMA
KNKI'Al. DKLIVUl op' ti - -) a. m.: rton-a
1 1 ;:w p m.; !"iudv: t to ' . m.
M mey Order U-partimul up.-u al a ni : elo.-
lTbnU"h Kxprw Mali la I'.linM. iVutnilaLd
Cairo and Poplar Waff 1 trough and Way Mall
;ra at Vi -'U ) . ,.,
Way Wall via lllinol- (Vi-tral. ai" aid Mil
ri'DOe uud ili.t.-'H'pl l emial l!ullro.i(! rlo-f at
wiy Mall for N'arro- Caii-u Ilallrn:id i ioe at !
Cairn and r.vaiivill- 1'lvtr Kuutc clon-a at
p. m. daiijr im pt K:ela; ;.
IWi I-ourth at M!ourl Land's, hmtnrk J Ui s
a. a. in.
in a. m.
i p. m.
4 u. m.
h:;W a. m.
P::W a m.
9 a. in.
J p. in.
ILLINOIS CJvNTUAL li. K.
TKAINS I.KAVK ( AlUO
Vil at ll:p.m
Kiprep.. at 1:10 p.in
Kreicht at 4 a m
Krii-lil at ::ip.in
, . eti epl Simday
AHIUVK AT CA1KO
Vail at 4: I,n,'''
Kvpaat -Mill p.m.... exrept Sunday
Vn-luht 0:10a.m. ...except Monday
Vr ItU.'... , P-ra exri'l'1 s""'1".v
' JAMES JOHNSON. C.emral Agent.
(JAIItO ST. LOUIO n. li.
It. V. HMITIIKUS. Ile. oiv-r.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Time Hc hoilulo:
Through Kxpreas leave Cairo
Through KM-aa arrive, at E. St. Lol.. !"
Through Kx'pre.aleuvea K. St. l.o.na.... ;''"
Through KxpreM arrives at Cairo... ..... . P-m-
Murphvaboroaccoinniodatlon lenveal alro -1 lip. i.
Mu- uhyaboro Acc. arrive, at Murihyaboro S..w p.m.
Mttrphyaboro Acc. leave, Murphyboro... .V.W i.m.
Jtfurpbvahoro Acc. airivea at Cairo n swp.m.
Tha Cairo A St. Lonl. 1UI1 Hoad U the only all
Kail Koiito between Cairo and St. I.onia under one
manairenK-iit, therefore there are no de nya ut
way atatloua awaiting connection, from other line,.
Clie and aura ronnectlor a at St . Loulf with other
linea for North, liust and U'oat.
J. A. N'ACOI.K. L. M. JOuNMi.i,
(AIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
W -TATfS TT as i Tkil I' t
7vl l'jrrLU'": ; i .J.'M
1 irTT TTC! TUK SHOHTHST HOl'TE TO
Ol iUlLLo Kvunttvlllo.
J 7 WIT VC! THR 8HORTKST TO LOUIS
7 MlLliO V1LLK. CINCINNATI, UAL
TIMOKK AND WASHINGTON.
Jl TXT VQ THK SHORTEST TO INDIAN;
. MLLfiO APOLia.I'HILADKLl'HIA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Owr traloi of all other rontes making tho ismo
tV rsMengera by other routes to make connec
tion mit rldo all night, waltlnit from on to six
hour al amall country atatloua for trains of con
TMlcM R VT?T,,K FACT und take ottr 4:
KriJHliiWlWmv . m. train, reaching Krins
rllle, Indlanspnlla, Cincinnati and Louisville souia
Air. Trains leiv and arrive it Calm is follows :
stall leaves ,i'lR m'
M all arrives. .10 :(X) p.m.
- Through ticket and checks to all ttuporlsut
9A MIIXKR .ROBWEI.L M1LLKK.
Otn I I'b'k. Agfint. General 8sp t.
L, li. CUUROU, rsssengsr Agent.
CoriKT Twclftli Street.
K. A. RURXKTT, I'kopkiktok.
131 ST DI NG
Of all descriptions to order at
Oi-der on Short Noticr.
Letter Heads, lOiind 12 Round
Xote Heads, ." and (i Round
Rill Heads, Hand Hi Round
Statements, ."iar.d 0 Pound
ALL FIIWT-C'LASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tas, Cards,
While and Colored
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY
wiiouyAi.K winks Axn liquoks
Wliolenilv and Iti-taft iH-alera in
Foreign anl Dometitie Liqnois
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE,
Kl-SHH. HM YTII t CO. hare ennlinriv a larcn
1 U-k of the beat Kooila In tha rnarU-t and irtvu
i-peclal attention to the wboloaule bnnch nf tbu
K. M.StoeUllc-lb. Frt-ilolln Hross.
Stookflktii & JiliOSS,
SncceMora to V. M. Rioekflntli,
Ini portfi-H unci AN'liolsulo lolri-M in
Foreijfii and Dnmetir
LIQrORS AND WIXKS,
Kbine. Kelly lalaud. Catawba, faUfortiia and ini
ported Port. Sburry, i.'edara Wines uud (. hum
paue. NO. n-i OHIO L3VKE, CAIIW, ILL.
HOOTS AM) SHOtX
Mnuufaeurer and Denier, in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Leather mid Kiiidiiijjs
No. H Commercial Ave.. Bel. Fifth and SixiU M.
Keep ruuatantV on band alnr!:- a-jortmeut of
li.-ntn and Lniles lloota aul Mio- ol all i-yW
and -lien, and of the very tf t of St. I.ouU and
Ctneinnutt UimK liade work: (-old rliiuer than
ever before, and ctuaper ttiuli like j-oodj- inn be b
tained in thin city
.o. alwayn on band a larye Huek of Leutherand
rindiiiL'f of all deKrlption. pol.i very cloi-e.
SEW MKAT MARKET.
sign of the Buffalo Head.
No ftd. Ohio I
KOUILEU IiRO.S., I'roiiWctors.
JOi: AHKLL, Atferit.
A fnll and complete anpply of the le.t of nJl
kinda meat alwaya ou baud. Order, tilled at anv
hour, day or night.
IDeah.T in Iresh leat.
Iletwpcn V;inhinctoii mid Com-im-rciiil
Av., (uljoiiiinu Il.-iiinye.
I'F.EPS fo. JaleUicbcat Beef. Pork. Mutton, Veal.
'V l.ani'i. Suiiiige, Sc., and la prepared toaervo
famillea in an acceutaide maiiDer.
rUOl'RIEToR OF SI'KOAT'S PATENT
Vholofalo Detvk'i' in loo.
ICE P.Y THE CAR t.OAD OKTON, WELL
! PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a SpooiaUy.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
XKW (il N SHOP.
lt E. 1XCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Cor. Sixth St. and Cmimirrriat Avr..
CA1KO, : ! ILLINOIS
Guhs, PlstolH, SnfoM and Looks lloimir'.'tl.
Keys Made to t vdcr.
CIIOKK BORINQ ON BKKAt'Il LOADING lUN!
All work ensrsnteed istlafaclory. it cheaper
Wancsn be obtained it any other place In tht cJ-
MORNIXtJ, ' MARCH 28,
, Bkki.i.evi'k, Kv.
Dn. II. It. arr.vt:
Dear Sir,-1 niuft atale lbut voir Vegetlne de
wrvea to be rnllelB valuable blood purlller, reno
vator and Inviu'orntor of the wbolu cvKtem. Mv
wim auiti-reil for a length of time with Scrofula Sore
on tile Iimj, She took covera! bottle of V'egetlne.
I lie remit, w. re KiirpriMlng; it cured her. hllt all
tbe runner reiuedlea lulled to give fatiafuetlon.
.. t Ui-npeclfnlly. T. K. THICK.
I know the above to be true.
, 11KNKY WKIJTIIKIMKIt,
"ruRglut and Apothecary, l:tll .Moumuulbal.
Vci.KTi.Ni;.- KoreradlcHtlnaulllmpiirltien of tho
Ir""i tb.) i-yHtem. it haH no equBl. It ha nev
er lalli't) to etteci a enre. giving tone and HtR-ugtli to
the ayateiu dehllltuted by dlseaae.
Purifies the Blood.
Boston, Mu.,Oct. 13, 1".
Mb. It. H. Stevenb:-
Dear Sir. I have been nning Vejjetlne for home
time with the greatest aaiipfiiftlon. and ean hlghlv
rueoniuieud It a, a great eleanaer and purinVrof the
h'uud. .1. L. II ANAKOKD.
Pnhtor of Kglenton-aqiiMr) M. K. Church.
NEiivot M-j. and all derangementn of the nerv
ouaarateni. arc uaiiallr conneeied with a diaeaced
condliion of the blood. Dt-billtr la a frequent ac
conipaninieiit. The flrft thing to be dnn la to Im
prove the condition of the blood. Thin Ik accom
plUhcn by taking Vegi tine. It la a nerve medi
cine, and pnaairaea a controlling power over the
Will' Cui'e HI ion mat ism.
Cincinnati, April 0,1877.
Mh. II. Ti. Strvivs:
Dear Sir. -1 have naed vour medicine, the Vege
tine, for ithetimiilihm with gri-it auc.(.efa. and be
lieve It to be the beat medicine for that complaint
that tin-re ia. I alao know it ja a good blood purl
tier. a"d at the prevent time am nalng It a, the heat
apntigmedicluuthat I know or. I take great pleas
ure lu recommending the Vegetlne to niv frieiida.
II. MI ND.
Tiiocsamik will bear teatimonv (ana do It volun
tarily, thai Vegetlne ia the h.-at medical compound
yet placed before the pnblii: for renovating add pu
rifying the blood, eradicating all buinora, impurl-
Ilea, or Iioiaonima aecretidlla frrnn the ny'tem de-lillltuti-d
by dla,'ae; in fact. It ia. a many have
called It, The tireat Health KeMorer."
or .1.) v siMM) si a.
Aalll.EY. Ii.l..,.Ian. 1-J. IKV
II K. STr.vrva:-
Oear Sir. I have been lining Vegetim- for Pvaneti-
i., o.wl ....... ...li.. ....... . L. ii .i '
riu, nuu uiiii iiiiiri: ii.-ii.-j iiuiii li tiiuu nil I lie hiiut
medlriues I ever uaed. There la nothing like It for
Ilyapepaia. MUS. M. K. KDW1.KS.
I am personally arquainted ilh Mr. I'owlka
uml eun certif'. that the e.bove aliiteuient li- true
W c. PACK. M. I).,
Orn-,-giat. A.hlej. 111.
Tiiot-aASUx Speak. Vegetlne ia ackiinwliilc.il
and recommeDded by phvaiciana anil Hpotherariea
to be the beat purifier and clcanacr of blood vet ilia-
covered, and thouaiiBcU apeak in Its praiae who
nave oeeu rearjreu 10 D'-Uiin.
H. It. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Yegrtiiip is Sold I!y all Druarcists,
PAINTS. OILS. 'WALL PAPER. iTTC.
Ra i n t s, Oi 1 s, Va rn islies. Brushes
WALL PAT' Kit.
Window Glass, Window Shadi-s, Etc.
Always on hand the celebrated ii.i.iminatimo
b'ross Bnilding, Com-1 (Ji.n 111
inerelal Ave.. f V d 1 1 0, 11 1
XEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
1T TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
for. Nineteenth tret and I
Commercial Ave., f
C. O. PATIKU & CO.
NAW.KHY AND HARNESS.
gADDLEHY AND Ji ANN ESS SHOP.
JAMES M. K1XXEAR,
In tlin old I.utlwls A lleerwart stand, near (lie
Arab Engine House.
18 prepared to do all klnda of v-iirk la his line,
rhecjilr. txpcd!rlouly.auil In thorough work
manlike manner. He Invites patronage and guar
antees satisfaction lu every puitlculnr.
If you are In want of anything. In the way or
Ut'N8, RIFLES, REVOLVERS, PISTOLS
Ammiit.ltlon, (inn Material, Fishing Tsrklo, 0:
sny other Kl no Sporting Moods please selidsta'S'l
for my Urge lilustraUxl catalogue and price list.
Yours truly, Address, JOHNSTON'S Oi'
Western Una Works, Pittsburgh, Pi.
MARKETS RY TELE0RAIMI
Livntpooi., Marcli, 27,2:00 p.m. Wlicut
iii!(:iiinj,'fil Winter, Ms 1 Idylls 21; Sjrittr,
8iltf'rHs 2d; ('n!ifonii;t avt'niKO. Hs lldc
lis -Id; t'iilifwrniii dull, Os ;Mt(!)s Hd. (.'oni
mnv- 4h .'il(i'ls ihl.
NKW YOIIK (iHAIS.
New Youk, M trch 27, 12:04 v. si.- Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicai, $1 OIl 04;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 0 lCl )."; Ued Win
ter, 1 0.1 15)4';No. 2 lied Winter
1 WA 15;.,; No. 2 Amlier, l
1 13. Com quiet firm Steamer, 1;
No. 0, 44ft; No. 2. 4.'3.i.
CIIIt'AfiO OKAIN AND I'HODI.tK.
CmcAfi, Man-li 27, If) v. rork -Apri!,
.f 10 00; May. $10 22'J10 2.").
Corn May, :ji:'s'. Wheat April, 89
8Q',' ; May, 9 3?,'.
Ciik aoo, March 27, 12:00 m. Corn-
May, aC'4'. Wheat April, N!l;s'; May,
Oy.'afeO-.l'ork-May, 10 2510 27.;.
Special tntlie Hepnbllcan.
SruiNc.KiKU), 111., March 2(1. Both
houses held all day sessions to-day, the
senate occupying all its time in the con
sideration of the bill making a $50,000
appropriation for the Illinois and Michigan
canal for 1879 aiid $75,000 for 1880.
The only matter of interest in tho house
was a preamble and resolution introduced
by Mr. Barry of Cook, providing for an
investigation ot the charges made by cer
tain newspapers that a lobby was here in
the interest of insurance companies, and that
members had been and wen: being bribed
to legislate in that interest. The resolu
tion occasioned no debute, more than the
remark by members that they were lired
of these reports and hoped the resolution
would pass, and the truth or lalsetv ot so
grave charges established. The committee
appointed as below given, after the noon
adjournment, immediately met and organ
ied with Mr. Barry as chairman, uud pro
pose to lind out at once whatthere is in the
charges. The business otherwise transact
ed by the hnusc was of a routine character,
an adjournment being agreed to from
March 20th t April 2.
Tho senate also tiropcwoa to investigate
the charges of corruption against the mem
bers ol that lxidy, made by newspapers. A
resolution similar to that passed by tho
house this morning lias already been pre
pared and will be introduced at the first
Sniiler it Holmes of St. Louis, closed the
printing establishment of D. W. Lusk, ex
state printer, to-day for debt. This is the
result of doing the stato printing for about
The hiyise appropriation committee to
night agreed to appropriate f3t,000 to the
Champaign university for the next two
years. This is for taxes, repairs, brass-
bands water-closets and general expenses
Special to the Tlmea -.Journal.
Washington, March 2u The joint cau
cus to-day did not take up the question of
the business of the session. They did,
however, adopt a resolution which came
from the joint committee on business, and
which had reference to the repeal of the
section of the rc-vist-d statutes relating to
the appointment of supervisors and deputy
marshals of elections. The army bill will
be reported to-morrow by Mr. Sparks,
and it will contain the repealing clause
above referred to. No attempt will be
made to repeal any sections of the revised
statutes which imposes penalties for vio
lation of election laws. Mr. Springer, who
has charge of the preparation of the bill
says it will I to so framed that there will be
no juxtitU-ntion for parti-an opposition.
The failure of the caucus consid-r the
question of general legislation indicates
that a very eoiiMderablc number will favor
Rn extended session.
TUB IIKI1MN MISSION.
The nomination of Prof. Andrew White,
of Cornell university, to the Berlin mission,
surprises no one who is arquainted with the
peculiarities nt the present administration.
Professional guesser have from the llrst
predicted that if Ohlu was to be robbed of
it Evarts would capture it for New York.
While they conceded that the high order of
ability and paeeminent fitness of General
HcnderHon justly untitled hint to the posi
tion and would with any other administra
tion have made his claim paramount. Such
consideration would not avail anything
with the present cabinet. While the West
ern Republicans foci sorely the slight paid
to Missouri, they console thotns dves with
the thought that the state has gained by
the failure, of the administration to avail
itself of so distinguished a statesman
NEW SEUIES-NO. 2.57.
mmian's COI SIN.
I lie nnnnintnifnt i.r ..vr,. r
States to the LVntml A
tfiiitieu iw ttnoiiir:r com:cHiort made to the
ht;i! warts of tho party.
I Ik: testimony or the ex-secretury of the
Senate, Mr. Gorham, taken ly the Wallace
couimilten failed to cstaliliHh anything dhv
creilitnlile in connection with his manage
ment of the iiresiiiential campaign. Old
cliai'ires affect in" the mtetrritv of tho new
secretary and serjeant-at-arms of the senate
are heino; raked up and revived, hut those
who know them best and have a right to
speak aver that they are a wr?ak invention
fit tint niintttir ami -ttrin di itdWikian
Tniuk lines of the East have ordered
Western roads to cease cuttin" rates.
llie Produce exchange, A business atwas-
ciation of New York, has f'MO.OOO idle
The Orange manufacturing company'!
cabinet works burned Wednesday. Loss,
Cany I). Miller, charged with emlx-zzlo-
ment, was acquitted, ut Indianapolis,
The funeral of the murdered actor, TSen-
jiuuin Porter, took place in New York
The central celebration of the li rat settle
ment of Lexington, Ky., will take place
The I'ittsbtig Coal exchange has Receded
to the demands of the striking miners in
One hundred thousand tons of Scrnnton
innt ti'ii,.. m, til nt ullrtuin ill Vnw Vnrlr nn
Five seamen, while rowing ashore ia
Bliss harbor, Maiue, were drowned by tho
upsetting of their boat.
The excess of exports over imports for
the twelve months ending February 28,
last, was $2a,855,:5.)4.
A Chinese gambling house was broken
up in New York, Tuesday night and
twenty-seven Chinese arrested.
The Arkansas annual conference of the
African M. E. Church, closed its eleventh,
session at Little Rock, Wednesday.
Maggie, daughter of Marcus Pilsbiiry, a
citizen of Morris, 111., committed suicide,.
Tuesday night, by taking morphine.
J. B. True, who murdered Rev. Samuel
Wool pert, near Wakefield, Kas., has been
sentenced to imprisonment for life.
The residence ot John Hang. Sebewaing,
Mich., was destroyed by tire Tuesday night
and two children burned to death.
On ot n most distant kkontjku, as in
our busiest and most populous cities of the
seaboard and interior, Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters is pre-eminently popular. Wherever
civilization plants its foot on this continent,
thither the threat tonic soon finds its way.
Nor is this surprising, for it is the medicine
of all others best adapted to the wants of
the Western emigrant, be he minor or agri
culturist. It is un incomparable remedy
for the diseases to which he is most subject,
and which are liable to be brought on by a
chango of climate, hardship, exposure, un
accustomed air and diet, and miasmatic at
mospheie and water. Among these are (lis
orders of the stomach and bowels,
rehuinatio ailments, and malarious levers,
for all of which Hostetter's Bitters is a cer
tain specific. A course of the Bitters be
fore depaitingfor the new field of labor, or
on arriving will have the effect of prevent
ing the evils for which it is such a aignal
A SENSIBLE GIUL.
This is the way a Louisville girl did.
poses of a young man, according to th
Courierl-Journal. She says: "You have
asked mo pointedly if I can marry you,
and I have answered you pointedly that. I
can. 1 can marry a man who makes love
in u .i:r.. ..,.. ..:..i ., ,
Miiii-ii iii gin every inonin. i can
marry a man whoso main occupation seems
to (To to join in gauntlet in front of
churches and theaters nnd comment audi
bly on the people who nro compelled to
pass through it, I can marry a man whoso
only means of support is an nged father.
I can many a man who boasts that any
girl cun be won with tho help ot a good
tailor ami b Hrrt tonpur. lean marry
such a man, but 1 w-o-n-t!"
Phhvk.ntion excels euro every time).
Always keep Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup coo.
venient; take it in time, and van will t
free from coughs, colds, etc. Sold every,
where, Price, 2.1 cents a bottle.
NOT ANOTHER CENT. . '
A brigade of special duty mar-dils, armed
with pistols and clubs, is a part of the polit
ical machinery with which the Republican
party has been accustomed to carry elec
tions. The object of the federal election
law, for the , continuance of which Mr.
Hayes is urged to tiso tho veto power, wj
to put this mechanism at tho disposal ot
Republican candidates for congress In ntl
close districts. Millions luivo lmCn ixdit
from the public exchequer for (Ids purely
purtlzan purpose. But never another
cent will go for urh an object. i
"'" 1 11 ewaiiim is in
Bauip.s ought to U well taken enre of;
their system does uot allow tl alightest
neg!cct. If your Baby sarTana frtun 4Vc r
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